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#moncabandalmardmarine in Paris and Marseille

Two bloggers recently highlighted our pea coat on social networks. Thanks again to them!

Thomas Louis and Maella B, based in Paris and Marseille, composed looks by choosing two flagship products of Dalmard Marine: the women’s waisted pea coat “Detroit” and the men’s pea coat “Toulon”, in waterproof woolen cloth. This proves once again that the pea coat, originally created for sailors, today has its place in the dressing of city dwellers!

Thomas Louis (27600 followers on Instagram) chose a sportswear look with chinos and white sneakers. Maella B (over 6700 followers on Instagram) has opted for a chic look, with white skinny pants and pumps.

Hope our pea coat will continue to inspire fashion influencers!

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